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Offline AndyR

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Clock going haywire….
on: 12 Jul 21, 08:29:01
I’ve now noticed the clock on my 2020 Ninja seems to reset itself and show the wrong time for no apparent reason. I first noticed this a few weeks ago and corrected the time but yesterday it was around two and a half hours out. I hadn’t used the bike for a couple a few weeks but first time I noticed the issue it was overnight during a near 1000 mile tour, so it can’t be the battery.

Anyone else had a problem?

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Offline whyhaveone

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Re: Clock going haywire….
Reply #1 on: 12 Jul 21, 11:30:57
No issues here. If the battery is disconnected the clock/hours ridden/average speed/other will reset.

Is it possible that you have a loose battery connection?
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Re: Clock going haywire….
Reply #2 on: 12 Jul 21, 12:10:53
Cheers Whyhaveone,

I’ve just seen the thread in the general discussion forum regarding this and it seems I’m experiencing a fairly common issue. Not a biggy I suppose but will report to the dealer when the bike next goes in, though I suspect it will fall on deaf ears, just like the heated grip issue.

 



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